Thesaurus / tiptoe
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With a small packed bag, I tiptoed towards the door thinking that he was asleep.

Now, as the world tiptoes back toward normalcy, those who lost work will be applying to open positions in droves.

A lot of publishers, particularly business-facing publishers, are still tiptoeing around ticketing, said Hindman.

With the box still in his hands he stole on tiptoe into the room and looked carefully round him.

The Secret Chamber at ChadEvelyn Everett-Green

Merriman and Tiptoe were the two leading dogs, and they were not fifty yards behind him.

Those in front were swept against the guards as those behind surged forward, stretching to tiptoe.

Half an hour later von Schalckenberg crept out on tiptoe, his kindly face beaming and his eyes sparkling with exultation.

Before he had time to look round him the door was opened again from without, and Isabel stole into the room on tiptoe.

My Lady's MoneyWilkie Collins

Miss Letty's nerves won't let you walk except on tiptoe, and Miss Ann's heart won't let you speak except in whispers.

Miss BillyEleanor H. Porter

He stood on tiptoe to sniff at a plant, his yellow eyes half closed, his whole stance spelling ecstasy.

Plague ShipAndre Norton

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